From: Rich Johnson (rjohnson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-16 10:37:19
On Tuesday, October 5, 2004, at 04:18 AM, Angus Leeming wrote:
> Actually, the glob_iterator I've implemented and have just posted
> (Docs can be viewed on line at:
I'm sorry I've been offline for a while and missed this thread.
Angus, GREAT job completing the grammar and packaging everything up!
Your modifications look like a _major_ improvement over my QnD
implementation--especially incorporating spirit. I can't wait to try
My only quibble is with the Windows #ifdef's and specialization
flags--I much prefer subclassing. Before everyone jumps on that, I
know it's primarily a matter of style--and that performance often rules
I especially abhor #ifdef's in the body of the code--when unavoidable
they should be restricted to a configuration section--such as
initializing a class variable.
There's something funny with your performance stats: the
glob_function results show an elapsed time that's less than the sum of
system and user time. How can that be?
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